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they fell for a classic hoax. and released information about kate middleton's condition to pranksters imitating the queen. >> may i speak to kate, please? my granddaughter? >> yes. >> would you have fallen for that? i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. kate middleton's husband and her siblings visited today. but an australian radio show made a prampg call to the hospital and pre tended to be the queen and someone pretended to be prince charles. >> keir simmons explains how they were able to get confidential information. >> reporter: the hospital where the duchess of cambridge is being treated giving away confidential information to complete strangers. the australian radio hoax called the hospital pretending to be the queen and prince charles. their impressions were, frankly, laughable, yet they were put through to kate's ward. >> hello there. could i please speak to kate, please, my granddaughter? >> reporter: it revealed kate had an uneventful night and was about to get freshened up as well as other private information. the hospital is calling it a foolish prank, and deplorable. o
out of london. lama hasan is outside of the hospital where kate middleton checked out, roses in her hand. good morning, lama. >> reporter: good morning, george. just moments ago, a very happy duke and duchess of cambridge left the hospital behind me. one of the reporters asked kate if she was feeling any better. kate nodded and smiled and replied yes. after three days and three nights in the hospital, kate, suffering from acute morning sickness, just departed the hospital with william, waving and smiling to well-wishers. the palace told abc news, she will head to kensington palace for a period of rest. william and kate issued a statement, thanking the staff at the hospital for the care and treatment the duchess has received. kate will be trying to recuperate at home. but this condition sometimes lasts through the first trimester. and some mothers in the most difficult cases face symptoms throughout the pregnancy. >> if she's been hospitalized already this early on in the pregnancy, that means there's a greater chance she'll be hospitalized again. >> often times, we see people coming
, are expecting a baby. but the former kate middleton, the duchess of cambridge, is now not even 12 weeks along and her morning sickness is so severe she's now in the hospital. our senior medical correspondent, elizabeth cohen, is on the story for us. elizabeth, how often do women end up in the hospital with morning sickness during the first trimester? >> any woman can tell you, morning sickness is quite common, it happens to a lot of women. a relatively small percentage end up in the hospital. what's also interesting is morning sickness doesn't just happen in the morning. it can go on all day long. some women when they get to that 13, 14-week mark, it magically goes away. other women experience it all pregnancy long. >> what's the treatment? >> the treatment is, you put someone in the hospital if it's really severe because you need to get the medicines and nutrition and fluids iv. if the woman can't keep anything down, you give them anti-nausea medications iv. it has to be iv because she's throwing everything up. >> let's hope the best for kate, the former kate middleton, the duchess of cambri
, there is no doubt they never thought in a million years they would get through to be discussing kate middleton's health in any way. it doesn't defend what they did, and i'm not defending them, but i though i you have to put it into some kind of context. the ramifications of a silly prank could not have been more serious. >> a lot of people will have to take deep lessons, assuming the worst, that this woman was so distraught by what happened, she was blaming herself for embarrassing the royal family. my hope, and i hope it's yours as well, that some disk jockeys learn a lesson. you never know where it will wind up. >> the thing about pranks, they have been around for as long as we have been alive. i think you have to be very, very careful in you're in the world of broadcasting. they broadcast this life, and they didn't know what would happen. and at the very least, probably somebody who worked at the hospital would be compromised and made to look afool. and that, in itself, for a broadcaster, is unacceptable, if we pulled that stunt at cnn, i expect we would lose our jobs, and rightly. >> i cov
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